Learn More About the Polynesian Cultural Center on Oahu with Discover Hawaii Tours
The Polynesian Cultural Center in Hawaii has a long legacy of entertaining guests and preserving history. In fact, the Polynesian Cultural Center just celebrated its 50th anniversary! Opened in 1963, the Polynesian Cultural Center is owned and operated by the Brigham Young University. Over the years, it has been featured on major media outlets such as the Ed Sullivan Show. The Polynesian Center exists to preserve and share the history and culture of many areas of the Pacific such as Fiji, Tonga, Hawaii, Tahiti, and Samoa.
Today, visitors can take advantage of numerous Polynesian Cultural Center Tours with Discover Hawaii Tours. On these fantastic trips, ancient Hawaiian traditions and Polynesian culture come to life. You and your family can experience an authentic luau, complete with an imu, an underground oven which Hawaiians use to cook pig. Here are just a few of the many fantastic luau tour options at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Oahu with Discover Hawaii Tours.
With Discover Hawaii Tours, you can choose your luau. Chief Sielu, an award-winning and world famous Hawaiian entertainer, now hosts regular luau shows at the Polynesian Cultural Center. Not only will you experience a traditional luau feast featuring exotic and tropical cuisine, you’ll be treated to Chief Sielu’s award-winning Fire-Knife Dancing show.
In addition to a luau and show, you can choose from tours that include sightseeing all around Oahu, such as along the famous North Shore beaches or at the Pearl Harbor memorials. When you book a seat on the North Shore and Polynesian Cultural Center with Luau and Show Tour, for example, you’ll be whisked away on a beautiful, scenic ride of some of Hawaii’s best surfing beaches. You’ll finish the day at the Polynesian Center with excellent seats to view the award-winning Ha: Breath of Life evening show, complete with a delicious luau dinner. The Pear Harbor and Polynesian Cultural Center with Luau Show Tour is another great choice for getting in some extra sightseeing. On this tour, you’ll be taken to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, where you can speak with World War II veterans and witness real footage from the war. You’ll also visit the USS Arizona memorial and the USS Missouri, or Mighty Mo, two of the ships that now rest in Pearl Harbor as a reminder of the day of the Pearl Harbor attacks and America’s role in World War II.
The Polynesian Cultural Center awaits your visit. Take your family on a wild, new adventure when you book seats on one of the many tours available at the Center with Discover Hawaii Tours.
Written By: Leo Malagon